Have you ever wondered what would an all-time league table featuring all senior Cornish football teams look like?

Well, the Packet has you covered.

With the help of the Football Club History Database, we have collated all available league records for every Cornish team to have competed in the East Cornwall Premier League, Combination League or higher since 1951, the year the South Western League began.

Falmouth Town are the all-time champions of Cornwall, with Town having won 1,325 of their 2,299 league games since the 1951/52 season, racking up a whopping 3,517 points.

The 14-time South Western League champions also lead the way in the goal charts, having netted some 5,891 times in their league history - an average of 2.56 per league game since 1951/52.

Their 3,269 goals against gives them a goal difference of 2,622.

Town are 153 points ahead of second-placed Saltash United, who have scored 3,364 points from their 2,272 games, winning on 1,154 occasions.

Despite winning three more games than the Ashes, St Blazey have to settle for the bronze medal after earning 3,147 points from their 2,270 games played.

Both clubs have also netted over 5,000 times, with Saltash scoring 5,092 and St Blazey on 5,495.

The only other team to have broken that 5,000 barrier is Truro City, who have scored 5,162 times and sit in fourth overall after collecting 3,038 points from their 2,374 games.

Interestingly, Saltash, St Blazey and Truro are all within five wins of each other, with Truro's 1,152 victories putting them two behind the Ashes and five behind the Green and Blacks.

Bodmin Town complete the top five with 2,934 points from 2,033 games, with Newquay close behind in sixth with 2,820 from 2,258 games.

Both sides join the other four in being the only six teams to have recorded 1,000 league wins, with the Amber and Blacks on 1,047 and the Peppermints on 1,070.

Helston Athletic will need 12 wins next season to join that exclusive club, with the Blues having recorded 988 wins from 2,243 games. their 2,674 points puts them seventh on the all-time list.

Wadebridge Town, Porthleven and St Austell complete the top ten.